Environment Minister releases proposed national framework for new resource management legislation

The framework consolidates existing national direction, bringing together around 20 instruments

LawVu secures $15m funding led by Movac

The funds will help advance the legaltech startup’s R&D efforts in the AI space

Latham & Watkins adds data and technology partner in New York

Jessica Cohen advises on IP and tech aspects of complex transactions

Directors’ due diligence defence: revisited in a climate change context

What are the legal responsibilities for directors of climate reporting entities under the FMCA?

Eversheds Sutherland expands global competition offering

Partner Marjolein De Backer joins the firm's Brussels practice

Auckland lawyer for child joins Wellington District Court bench

Susie Houghton has been on the executive of the NZLS' family law section for six years

Bell Gully practice head transitions to Clifton Chambers

Simon Watt led the top firm's public sector and climate change groups

Fifth annual Rising Stars open for nominations

NZ Lawyer is accepting nominations for the top young talent in legal


James & Wells' IP experts discuss whether lawmakers can learn something from music sampling

The firm's HR team talks its Rainbow Tick certification and the need for DEI education

Proud Sri Lankan Kiwi and mother Pavanie Edirisuriya believes that underrepresented groups need more support to pursue law

Should copyright protect AI generated work?

James & Wells' Ian Finch and Sam Parkinson discuss major questions involving AI and creatives


What are the best ways to combat employee exhaustion?

Why unlimited time off is a 'giant pain in the neck'

Are leaders lacking in empathy?

'Alarming. That is the word for this year's data'

Is the hybrid work model the best of both worlds?

Model is providing more productivity, global employment study finds

Do the youngest workers demand more from their employers?

'This generation may need more training when it comes to professional skills'